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PUBLIC LIBRARY 

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Gc 977.202 F77mpw, 1912-14 
Daughters qf the American 
Revolution. Mary Penrose 
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The Mary Penrose Wayne Chapter of the Daugh- 
ters of the American Eevolution was organized under 
the Constitution of the National Society D. A. E., 
April 21, 1901. Charter presented January 20, 1902. 



FLAG DAYS 



Evacuation Day . . . . . . . November 25 

Lincoln's Birthday February 12 

Washington's Birthday February 22 

Battle of Lexington April 19 

Memorial Day May 30 

Flag Day June 14 

Bunker Hill Day June 17 

Independence Day July 4 



*^Off with your hat as the flag goes by! 

Uncover the youngster's head; 
Teach him to hold it holy and high, 

For the sake of the noble dead." 



NATIONAL OFFICERS 



President General. 



Mrs. Matthew T. Scott ..... Washington, D. 0. 



STATE REGENT FOR INDIANA 

Mrs. E. S. Robertson . . . . . Fort Wayne, Ind. 



Officers of 
Mary Penrose Wayne Chapter. 

Regent Mrs. C. B. Fitch 

Vice-Regent Miss Margaret Vesey 

Recording Secretary ..... Mrs. J. B. Crankshaw 
Corresponding Secretary .... Mrs. Paul Mossman 

Treasurer Mrs. W. A. Diffenderfer 

Registrar . . . . . . . . . Mrs. B. J. Griswold 

Historian . . Mrs. Martha B. Hanna 

Chaplain , Mrs. Horace Granger 



COMMITTEES 



Program. 

Mrs. Merritt Mrs. Jones 

Mrs. White 



Membership. 

Mrs. Vesey Mrs. Massey 

Miss Deal 



Relic Room. 
Mrs. Hunter Mrs. Kandall 



COMMITTEE S— Continued. 



Welfare of Women and Children. 

Mrs. Fitch Mrs. McCaskey 

Mrs. Heatou Miss Gorley 



Children of the Republic 
Mrs. Green Miss Haberley 



Custodian of Scrap Book. 
Mrs. Hauna 



PROGRAM, 1912-1913. 



October Seventh. 

Mrs. Randall — Hostess. 
Mrs. White — Assistant. 



Indiana 

1. Chronological Mrs. Keel 

2. Agriculture Mrs. Rhamy 

3. Statistical ]\Lrs. Hunter 

4. Financial Miss Deal 

5. Educational .... Mrs. Blake-TIedges 

6. Nomenclature • Mrs. Mossman 



November Fourth, 



Mrs. Gris wold- 
Mrs. Mossman- 



Hostess. 
-Assistant. 



Indiana Laws. 

1. Legislature Dr. Banning 

2. Governor Mrs. Nichols 

3. Juvenile Courts Mrs. Dalman 

4. Child Labor Miss Hunter 

5. Holding Office . . . . . Mrs. Griswold 

6. Letters of Administration . . . Mrs. Wentz 



December Second. 

Mrs. Barrett — Hostess. 
Miss Ilaberly — Assistant. 

Social Meeting. 
Roll Call . . . . .A Christmas Sentiment 



January Sixth. 



Mrs. Diffenclerfer — Hostess. 
Mrs. Dalman — Assistant. 



''Our City's Greatest Need" . . Mrs. Robertson 



February Third. 

Mrs. Yaple — Hostess. 
Mrs. Heaton — Assistant. 

'Fort Wayne's Historical Places and Her Soldiers. " 

Mrs. Hanna. 



February Twenty-second. 
Washington's Birthday Entertainment 



March Third. 

Mrs. Crankshaw — Hostess. 
Mrs. Jones — Assistant. 

''Children of the Republic'' . 



Mrs. Green 



April Seventh. 

Mrs. Rahe — Hostess. 
Mrs. Nichols — Assistant. 

'Children in the Factory" 



. Mrs. Pettit 
Mrs. Taylor 



May Fifth. 

Miss Vesey — Chairman. 
Luncheon Annual Election 



June Fourteenth. 



Flag Day. 

Your Flag and Mine. 

Your flag and mine! Ilow splc^ndidly 

It flutters out against the sky; 
How glorious it is to see, 
How fair to you, how dear to me — 

Most proud of all the flags that fly ! 
Your flag and mine, and ours to keep 

Ilnsoiled, unshamed, and waving high- 
Our trust unfeigned, our courage deep — 
For those whom, after we shall sleep. 

It shall inspire and glorify. 

— S. E. Kiser. 



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MEMBERS. 



Nat. No. Signature. Address. 

44271. Banning, Carrie. Dr. Carrie Banning, 

1148 Kinnaird Ave. 

^36685. Barrett, Marian Anna. Mrs. J M. Barrett, 

2325 Fairfield Ave. 

54702. Bash, Lillian Boot. Mrs. W. S. Bash, 

Hamilton House. 

80305. Blake-Hedges, F. Edvthe.Mrs. F. E. Blake-Hedges, 

618 W. Jefferson St. 

41054. Crankshaw, Margaret. Mrs. J. B. Crankshaw, 

3128 Fairfield Ave. 

143882. Dunkelberg, Anna Crockett. Mrs. C. A. Dunkelberg, 

2401 Fairfield Ave. 

78593. Deal, Alice. Miss Alice Deal, 

901 E. Wayne St. 

74752. Dalman, Alida Sturgis. Mrs. Ed. Dalman, 

438 W. Creighton Ave. 

75224. Diffenderfer, Harriet M. Mrs. W. A. Diffenderfer, 

215 W. DeWald St. 

75222. Evans, Italia N. Miss Italia Evans, 

521 E. Berry St. 

76239. Evans, Eliza T. Miss Eliza Evans, 

521 E. Berry St. 

35807. Fairbank, Carolyn. Mrs. C. E. Fairbank, 

409 E. Berry St. 

*10452. Fitch, Sarah Elizabeth. Mrs. C. B Fitch, 

920 Webster St. 

88863. Gorley, Nancy Jane. Miss Nancy Gorley, 

Allen Co. Orphans' Home 
Fort Wayne, Ind. 

*37649. Granger, Laura W. Mrs. H. G. Granger, 

722 Jackson St. 



* The names marked with star are charter members, 
t The names marked with dagger are life members. 



Nat. No. Signature 

60280. Griswold, Louise Norton. 

69217. Green, Eugenia Heath. 



Address 
Mrs. B. J. Griswold, 
1316 W. Wayne St. 

Mrs. Dallas Green, 
1222 W. Washington. 



55638 Hanna, Martha Brandriff. Mrs. M. B. Hanna, 

1128 W. Berry St. 



''36687. Haberly, Frances M. 
44273. Heaton, Kate Kussell. 
44270. Hunter, Cora Andrews. 

44272. Hunter, Stella Gibson. 
74000. Jones, Jean B. 
88864. Keel, Mary G. McKenzie. 
76852. Knowlton, Cornelia N. 
86596. Massey, Florence Lance. 
42884. McCaskey, Louise Sturgis. 
*36193. Merritt, Flora Pinney. 
43884. Mossman, Emma Seymour. 
44249. Muirhead, Laura. 
54924. Nichols, Edna Eavey. 
56238. Perfect, Maude Eavey. 
55637. Pettit, Ella Keel. 



Miss Frances Haberly, 
Spy Kun Ave. 

Mrs. O. N. Heaton, 
734 W. Wayne St. 

Mrs. C. A. Hunter, 
1011 W. Wayne St. 

Miss Stella itunter, 
1011 W Wayne St. 

Mrs. Frederick H. Jones, 
2510 Hoagland Ave. 

Mrs. Mary Keel, 
830 W. Berry St. 

Miss Cornelia Knowlton, 
521 E. Berry St. 

Mrs. W. G. Massey, 
912 Wildwood Ave. 

Mrs. G. W. McCaskey, 
409 W. Main St. 

Mrs. E. H. Merritt, 

225 W. Woodland Ave. 

Mrs. Paul Mossman, 
1202 W. Wayne St. 

Miss Laura Muirhead, 
722 Jackson St. 

Mrs. W. A. Nichols, 
1314 W. Wayne St. 

Mrs. A. H. Perfect, 
1210 W. Wayne St. 

Mrs. W. L. Pettit, Jr., 
830 W. Berry St. 



Nat. No. Signature Address 

149890. Kahe, Pearl Foster. Mrs. Frank Rahe, 

2318 Fairfield Ave. 

^37252. Randall, Winifred J. Mrs. Perry Randall, 

Sprankel Station. 

*19135. Robertson, Frances M. Mrs. Frances Robertson, 

Spy Run Ave. 

75832. Rhamy, Mary A. Mrs. B. W. Rliamy, 

1115 Garden St. 

92867. Taylor, Annie L. Maples. Mrs. T. N. Taylor, 

16 White Apt. 

*16913. Thieme, Bessie Loring. Mrs. T. F. Tliieme, 

1026 W. Berry St. 

77812 Thieme, Mary Adams. Mrs. J. G. Thieme, 

816 W. Berry St. 

44913. Vesey, Sarah. Mrs. Sarah Vesey, 

1210 Maple Ave. 

50703. Vesey, Margaret. Miss Margaret Vesey, 

2602 Thompson Ave. 

86595. Walts, Elizabeth. Miss Elizabeth Walts, 

127 State St. 

*37255. White, Minnie Thompson. Mrs. Edward White, 

514 E. Berry St. 

24586. Wilbur, Flora. Miss Flora Wilbur, 

24 White Apt. 

39016. Woods, Louise J Mrs. Louise Woods, 

127 E. Washington. 

89401. Warrington, Carina Banning. Mrs. W. H. Warrington, 

1148 Kiunaird Ave. 

*27650. Woodworth, Alida Taylor. Miss Alida Woodworth, 

722 Jackson St. 

74001. Wentz, Eva L. Mrs. Theo. Wentz, 

805 W. Wayne St. 

49274. Yaple, Frances Russell. Mrs. Carl Yaple, 

1115 W. Wayne St. 



NON-RESIDENTS. 

Nat. No. Signature. Address. 

54242. Aber, Mrs. Viola Greer. 510 S. LoRobles Ave., 

Pasadena, Cal. 

*372(31. Bash, Mrs. Minnie Keel. 1712 W. Pennsylvania Ave., 

Indianapolis, Tnd. 

50272. Brown, Mrs. Amanda. 1306-8 Linwood Ave., 

Pasadena, Cal. 

84458. Bra^enridge, Mrs. Catherine S. 

Maiden, Mo. 

88862. Dickson, Mrs. Amanda Bayless. 

502 North 7th St., Kansas City, Kan. 

3232. Emmons, Mrs. Bertha Ewart. 

South Bend, Ind. 

63461. Evans, Mrs. Mildred Me Curdy. 

731 Fern Ave., Portland, Ore. 

47618. Fry, Mrs. Josephine. No. 8 Clarissa Flats, 

Indianapolis, Ind. 

72828. Lowery, Miss Jessie Eudisill. 

1720 Columbus, Wilmette, 111. 

*36686. Ladd, Mrs. Florence Barrett. 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 

64566. Lukens, Mrs. Mary Brandriff. 

Brewster, N. Y. 

52561. McAllister, Mrs. Theodosia. 

Jefferson Barracks, Mo. 

45719. Miesse, Miss Katherine* 5707 Kimbark Ave. 

Chicago, 111. 

75223. Moore, Mrs. Lillian Bayless. 

209 Third Ave., Two Harbors, Minn. 

*=37252. Soavey, Mrs. Amy Randall. 

; ; j, , : 226 E. 52nd St. Portland, Ore. 

*16657. Sturgeon, Mrs. Mabel. 5021 Pulaski Ave., 

Germantown, Pa. 



Nat. No. Signature Address 

*36690. Silcott, Mrs. Blanche Williams. 

Fort Sill, Okla. 

25720. VanSweringen, Mrs. Cora Miesse. 

5707 Kimbark Ave., Chicago, 111. 

*29440. Watt, Mrs, Evelyn Bond, 167 Prospect Ave., 

Hackensack, N. J. 

*36689. ZurMuehlen, Mrs. Gertrude Williams 

Deer Lodge, Mont. 

74753. Woodworth, Mrs. Emily. Newkirk, Okla. 




Sg-ffiama 

ARTICLE I. 

Name. 

This society shall be called The Mary Penrose Wayne 
Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution, of 
Fort Wayne, Indiana. 

ARTICLE II. 

Object of the Society. 

1. To foster a spirit of true patriotism. 

2. To encourage historical research in relation to the 
American Revolution. 

3. To cherish, maintain and extend the institutions of 
America; to advocate appropriate celebrations of all patriotic 
anniversaries. 

4. To preserve the memory of the noble women who bore 
their share in the dangers and privations of the war of the 
Revolution. 

ARTICLE III. 

Membership. 

1. Any woman not a member of any other Chapter, may 
be eligible for membership, who is of the age of eighteen 
years, and who is descended from an ancestor who, with 
unfailing loyalty, rendered material aid to the cause of 
independence, as a recognized patriot, as a soldier, as a 
sailor, or as a civil officer in one of the several Colonies or 
States, or of the United colonies or States; provided, that 
the application shall be acceptable to the National and Local 
Societies. 

2. The election of members shall be as follows: Every 
applicant for membership shall be referred to a board of 
Safety, said board to consist of three (3) members, who shall 
be appointed by the Regent and known only to the Regent. 

3. If the applicant shall be deemed satisfactory to the 
Board of Safety and has eligibility established, the applica- 
tion shall receive the endorsement of the Regent, Secretary 
and Registrar, and be forwarded to the National Board of 
Management. 



ARTICLE IV. 

Officers. 

1. The Officers of this Chapter shall be a Regent, who 
is also a delegate to the Continental Congress of the Na- 
tional Society; Vice-Eegent, Recording Secretary, Corre- 
sponding Secretary, Treasurer, Registrar, Historian and 
Chaplain. 

2. These Officers shall form the Local Board of Man- 
agement, three members to constitute a quorum. They shall 
be elected by ballot, by a vote of the majority of the mem- 
bers present at the annual meeting. No member shall be 
eligible to the same office for more than two years succes- 
sively. 

ARTICLE V. 

Regent. 

1. The Regent, or in her absence, the Vice-Regent, or 
in their absence, a chairman pro tem. shall preside af all 
meetings. 

2. She shall preserve order and see thnt the Constitution 
and By-Laws are enforced. 

8. She shall issue credentials in the form of a certificate 
of election to all Chapter delegates to the Continental Con- 
gress, which shall be signed by herself and such other officers 
as the National Society shall direct. 

ARTICLE VI. 

Recording Secretary. 

1. The Recording Secretary shall keep a record of nil 
meetings of the Chapter and the Local Board of Manaije- 
ment, and together with the presiding officer shall certify 
to all acts of the Chapter. 

2. She shall prepare the annual report of the Society, a 
copy of which shall be forwarded to the Secretary-General 
of the National Society and the State Regent. 

ARTICLE VII. 
Corfesponding Secretary. 

1. The Corresponding Secretary shall attend to all corre- 
spondence of the Chapter and the Local Board of Manage- 
ment; distribute all pamphlets, circulars and supplies as 
directed by the Local Board of Manajrement. 



2. She shall give due notice of time and place of all 
meetings, notify officers of their election, and committees 
of their appointment. 

3. She shall notify the State Eegent and Secretary-Gen- 
eral of the election and appointment of all Chapter officers 
and delegates. 

4. She shall also notify the Eegistrar-General of the res- 
ignation or death of any member of the Chapter. 

ARTICLE VIII. 

Treasurer. 

1. The Treasurer shall collect and be custodian of all 
the funds of the Chapter. 

2. She shall pay to the Treasurer-General on or before 
the twenty-second (22nd) day of February the sum of one 
dollar ($1.00) for each active member of the Chapter. 

3. She shall forward to the Treasurer-General the initia- 
tion fees. 

4. Out of the funds of the Chapter she shall pay such 
sums as may be ordered by the Chapter, or the Local Board 
of Management. 

5. She shall keep a true account of the receipts and pay- 
ments, and at each annual meeting render the same to the 
Chapter, that the Local Board may audit her accounts. 

ARTICLE IX. 

Registrar. 

1. The Eegistrar shall keep a register of the names and 
dates of the election, resignation, or death of any member 
of the Chapter. 

2. She shall also have the care and custody of all the 
duplicates of the applications for membership that have 
been approved by the National Council. 

ARTICLE X. 

Historian. 

The Historian shall keep a record of all historical and 
commemorative meetings of the Chapter, and shall prepare 
for official publication, historical and biographical sketches 
of members of the Society or their ancestors, and such other 
historical papers as the Chapter desires. 



CHAPTER XI. 
Initiation and Dues. 

1. All fees and dues shall be such as the National So- 
ciety has prescribed. 

2. Any member who shall remain in arrears for dues 
three months after notice of her indebtedness has been sent 
her by mail or messenger, may be dropped from the rolls by 
a majority vote of the Local Board of Management; but 
not till after two notices of arrears shall have been so sent. 

ARTICLE XII. 

Meetings. 

1. The regular meeting of this Chapter shall be held the 
first Monday of each month beginning with October and 
ending with May, nine members to constitute a quorum for 
the transaction of business. Special meetings may be called 
at any time by the Eegent or by the Local Board. Any 
member of this Chapter, upon failure to notify the hostess 
of her inability to be present at the meetings, shall be 
compelled to pay a fine of five cents. 

2. The Chapter shall hold its annual business meeting 
on the first Monday in May. 

ARTICLE XIII. 

Guests. 

1. Husbands of members of the Society of the Daughters 
of the Eevolution may participate in the social events of 
the Chapter, and so may the wives of the Sons of the 
American Eevolution when their husbands are invited. 

2. Any member of the Mary Penrose Wayne Chapter may 
invite a member of any other Chapter of the Daughters of 
the American Eevolution as a guest to any regular meeting 
of the Chapter, except the Annual meeting. 

3. Any member entertaining the Chapter shall be priv- 
ileged to invite guests at her discretion, except at the An- 
nual meeting. 

ARTICLE XIV. 

Amendments. 
These By-Laws may be amended at a regular meeting of 
the Chapter, two-thirds of the members present concurring 
therein, written notice of the proposed amendment having 
been mailed to each member of the Chapter at least five 
days before the meeting at which action on the proposed 
amendment is to be taken. 



1012-1913 






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Daughters of the American 
Revolution./ 



PURPOSES OF THE ORGANIZATION 



1. To foster a spirit of true patriotism. 

2. To encourage historical research in relation to the 
American Revolution. 

3. To cherish, maintain and extend the institutions of 
America; to advocate appropriate celebrations of all patri- 
otic anniversaries. 

4. To preserve the memory of the noble women who 
bore their share in the dangers and privations of the war 
of the Revolution, 



I pledge allegiance to my flag and to the Republic for 
which it stands; one country indivisible, with liberty and 
justice for all. 




With its red for love and its white for law 

And its blue for the hope that our Fathers saw 

For a larger liberty. 

FLAG DAYS 

Evacuation Day November 25 

Lincoln's Birthday February 12 

Washington's Birthday February 22 

Battle of Lexington April 19 

Memorial Day May 30 

Mag Day June 14 

Bunker Hill Day June 17 

Independence Day July 4 

One Flag — one Land, 

One Heart — one Hand. 

One Nation — evermore. 



Officers 



NATIONALI 

P r e s i d e n t ;' G e n e r a I jf 
Mrs. Williams Cummings Story. 

Vice President General for Indiana. 
Mrs, John Lee Dinwi(id,ie. 

State. 

Regent Mrs. Frances Haberly-Robertson 

Vice Regent Mrs. William A. Cullot 

Secretary Miss Addie Harding 

Treasurer Mrs. L. E. Perkins 

Historian Miss Frances E. Emerson 

Chaplain Mrs. E. C. Atkins 

Chapter. 

Regent Miss Margaret Vesey 

Vice Regent Mrs. J. B. Crankshaw 

Recording Secretary . . . . . Miss Alice Diehl 
Corresponding Secretary . . Mrs. B. Paul Mossman 

Treasurer Mrs. W. A. Diffenderfer 

Registrar Mrs. B. J. Griswold 

Historian . Mrs. Martha Hanna 

Chaplain . , , " . . . . . . Mrs. C. B. Fitch 

Past Regents. 

Mrs. Frances Haberly-Robertson . , , . 1901-03 

Mrs. Carolyn R. Fairbanks 1903-05 

Mrs. Winifred J. Randall 1908-07 

Mrs. Pearl Foster Rahe 1907-09 

Mrs. Anna C. Dunkelberg 1909-10 

Mrs. Carolyn R. Fairbanks 1910-12 

Mrs. Sarah E. Fitch 1912-13 



COMMITTEES. 



Light be the task where many share the toil. 

Program. 

Mrs. Annie L. Taylor Mrs. Carolyn R. Fairbanks 

Dr. Carrie Banning 



Mrs. B. J. Griswold 



Mrs. Cora Hunter 



Mrs. J. B. Crankshaw 



Membership. 



Relic Room. 



Press. 



Mrs. Edward White 



Mrs. Will Pettit 



Mrs. B. J. Griswold 



Welfare. 



Mrs. C. B. Pitch 

Mrs. Heaton 
Mrs. Warrington 



Mrs. McCaskey 
Mrs. Pettit 

Miss Vesey 



Children of the Republic. 

Mrs. G. W. McCaskey 

Mrs. Dallas Green 



Custodian of The Scrap Book 
Mrs. Martha Hanna 



PROGRAM 1913-1914 



October Sixth. 

*'Bits of Ancestry.*' 
Wise and Otherwise. 

Members Responding. 
Hostess — Miss Margaret Vesey. 

Assistants — Mrs. Sarah Vesey, Mrs. Heaton, Mrs. Yaple, 
Mrs. White, Miss Gorley. 

Their blood flows in our veins. May their courage dwell 
in our hearts. 

People will never look forward to their posterity who 
never look back to their ancestry. 



November Third. 

Woman's part towards our Government. 

"The Duty of the Home" Mrs. Rahe 

"As a Factor in the Community" .... Mrs. Diffenderf er 

**Educating Children to Citizenship" Miss Haberly 

Hostess — Mrs. Keel. 

Assistant — Mrs. Theodore Thieme. 

The bravest battles that ever were fought 

On the maps of the world you'll fine them not. 

They are fought by the mothers of men. 



December First. 

Colonial Sewing Party. 

Colonial Music ^ ...Z. Mrs. Rhamy 

Hostess— Mrs. Mei ' i ' it t- fQiptfl-^-^l^ 

Assistants— Mrs. Massey, Miss Hunter, Mrs. Jones, Mrs. 
Dalman. 

The joys of other days are fading 

All the glories of the past, 

Like the embers of the fireside faintly glowing. 



January Fourth. 

"Our Forests" Mrs. Merritt 

"Our Waterways and Roads" Mrs. Perry Randall 

Hastess — Mrs. Rahe. 
Assistant — Mrs. McCaskey. 

Nature never did betray the heart that loved her. 

February Second. 

The Children of the Mountains. 

Their History Mrs. Perfect 

Our Duty to Them Mrs. Pettit 

Hostess — Mrs. Wentz. 
Assistant — Mrs. Nicholls. 

Every heart that beats strong and cheerfully leaves a 
hopeful impulse behind in the world and has bettered the 
traditions of mankind. 



February Twenty-Second. 

Guest Day. 

In charge of the Program Committee. 

The memory of Washington and Lincoln gathers great- 
ness and accumulated glory each succeeding year. 



March Second. 

"Work Among Foreigners" Mrs. J. G. Thieme 

^American Standards for Their Children". .Mrs. Crankshaw 
Hostess — Mrs. Mossman. 
Assistant — Mrs. Perfect. 

America the asylum for the oppressed, 
The land of equal opportunities. 



April Seventh. 

*'The Boy Question" Mrs. Fitch 

Hostess — Mrs. Granger. 
Assistant — Miss Woodworth. 



'Tis a purty hard time you have my lad, 
Of tryin' things over and startin' agin, 
'Tis a putty mean world you're in. 



— Riley. 



May Fourth. 

Luncheon. 

Election and Business. 

This act of eating you must understand 

Is but a fraction of the work on hand. 

It's nobler half is that etherial meat. 

The papers call an intellectual treat. 

Songs, toasts and business. Around this festive board. 

With wit and wisdom let us come well stored. 



June Fourteenth. 

Flag of the heroes who left us their glory. 

Borne through the battle field's thunder and flame, 

Blazoned in song and illumined in story. 
Wave o'er us all who inherit their fame. 



MvB, IGaura (Bast Waohmovtlii 
MxB. Kmttnhu Srnmn 



MEMBERS. 



Nat. No. Signature. 

44271. Banning, Carrie 

♦36685. Barrett, Marian Anna 

54702. Bash, Lillian Root 

41054. Crankshaw, Margaret 

t43882. Dunkelberg, 

Anna Crockett 

78593. Deal, Alice 

74752. Dalman, Alida Sturgis 

75224. Diffenderfer, Harriet M. 

75222. Evans, Italia N. 

76239. Evans, Eliza T. 

35807. Fairbank, Carolyn 

*10452. Fitch, Sarah Elizabeth 

88863. Gorley, Nancy Jane 



Address. 
Dr. Carrie Banning, 
1148 Kinnaird Ave. 

Mrs. J. M. Barrett, 
2325 Fairfield Ave. 

Mrs. W. S. Bash, 
Hamilton House. 

Mrs. J. B. Crankshaw, 
3128 Fairfield Ave. 

Mrs. C. A. Dunkelberg, 
2401 Fairfield Ave. 

Miss Alice Deal, 
901 E. Wayne St. 

Mrs. Ed Dalman, 

438 W. Creighton Ave. 

Mrs. W. A. Diffenderfer, 
215 W. DeWald St 

Miss Italia Evans, 
521 E. Berry St. 

Miss Eliza Evans, 
521 E. Berry St. 

Mrs. C. E. Fairbank, 
409 E. Berry St. 

Mrs. C. B. Fitch, 
920 Webster St. 



*37649. Granger, Laura W. 



Miss Nancy Gorley, 
Allen County Orphans' 
Home, Ft. Wayne, Ind. 

Mrs. H. G. Granger, 
904 W. Berry St. 

60280. Griswold, Louise Norton Mrs. B. J. Griswold, 

1316 W. Wayne St. 

♦The names marked with star are charter memibers. 

tThe names marked with dag-g-er are life members. 



Nat. No. Signature. 

69217. Green, Eugenia Heath 



Address. 
Mrs. Dallas Green, 
1222 W. Washington. 



55638. Hanna, Martha Brandriff Mrs. M. B. Hanna, 

1128 W. Berry St. 



36687. Haberly, Prances M. 
44273. Heaton, Kate Russell 



Miss Frances Haberly, 
Spy Run Ave. 

Mrs. O. N. Heaton, 
734 W. Wayne St. 



44270. Hunter, Cora Andrews 1011 W. Wayne St. 

44272. Hunter, Stella Gibson, Miss 1011 W. Wayne St. 



74000. Jones, Jean B. 



Mrs. Frederick H. Jones, 
2510 Hoagland Ave. 



88864. Keel, Mrs. Mary G. McKenzie 830 W. Berry St. 

76852. Knowlton, Miss Cornelia N. 251 E. Berry St. 

86596. Massey, Florence Lance Mrs. W. G. Massey, 

912 Wildwood Ave. 



42884. McCaskey, 

Louise Sturgis 

*36193. Merritt, Flora Pinney 



43884. Mossman, 

Emma Seymour 

44249. Muirhead, Laura, Miss 

54924. Nichols, Edna Eavey 

56238. Perfect, Maude Eavey 

55637. Pettit, Ella Keel 



Mrs. G. W. McCaskey, 
409 W. Main St. 

Mrs. E. H. Merritt, 

225 W. Woodland Ave. 

Mrs. Paul Mossman, 
1202 W. Wayne St. 

722 Jackson St. 

Mrs. W. A. Nichols, 
1314 W. Wayne St. 

Mrs. A. H. Perfect, 
1210 W. Wayne St. 

Mrs. W. L. Pettit, Jr., 
830 W. Berry St. 



5538353 



Nat. No. Signature. 

t49890. Rahe, Pearl Foster 

*37252. Randall, Winifred J. 

*19135. Robertson, Frances M. 

75832. Rhamy, Mary A. 

92867. Taylor, Annie L. 
*16913. Thieme, Bessie Loring 
77812. Thieme, Mary Adams 

44913. Vesey, Sarah, Mrs. 

50703. Vesey, Margaret, Miss 

86595. Walts, Elizabeth, Miss 

*37255. White, 

Minnie Thompson 

24586. Wilbur, Flora, Miss 

39016. Woods. Louise J., Mrs. 



89401. Warrington, 

Carina Banning 

*27650. Woodworth, 

Alida Taylor, Miss 

74001. Wentz, Eva L. 



49274. Yaple, Frances Russell 



Address. 
Mrs. Frank Rahe, 
2318 Fairfield Ave. 

Mrs. Perry Randall, 
Sprankel Station. 

Mrs. Frances Robertson, 
Spy Run Ave. 

Mrs. B. W. Rhamy, 
1115 Garden St. 

Mrs. I. N. Taylor. 
1115 W. Berry St. 

Mrs. T. F. Thieme, 
1026 W. Berry St. 

Mrs. J. G. Thieme, 
816 W. Berry St. 

1210 Maple Ave. 

2602 Thompson Ave. 

127 State St. 

Mrs. Edward White, 
514 E. Berry St. 

24 White Apt. 

Mrs. Louise Woods, 
127 E. Washington. 

Mrs. W. H. Warrington, 
1148 Kinnaird Ave. 

904 W. Berry St. 



Mrs. Theo. Wentz, 
805 W. Wayne St. 

Mrs. Carl Yaple, 
1115 W. Wayne St. 



NON-RESIDENTS. 

Nat. No. Signature. Address. 

54242. Aber, Mrs. Viola Greer 

510 S. LoRobles Ave., Pasadena, Cal. 

*37261. Bash, Mrs. Minnie Keel 

1712 W. Pennsylv'a Ave., Indianapolis, Ind. 

84458. Brackenridge, Mrs. Catherine S. 

Maiden, Mo. 

88862. Dickson, Mrs. Amanda Bayless 

502 N. Seventh St., Kansas City, Kan. 

3232. Emmons, Mrs. Bertha Ewart 

South Bend, Ind. 

63461. Evans, Mrs. Mildred McCurdy 

731 Fern Ave., Portland, Ore. 

47618. Fry, Mrs. Josephine 

No. 8 Clarissa Flats, Indianapolis, Ind. 

72828. Lowery, Miss Jessie Rudisill 

1720 Columbus St., Wilmette, 111. 

*36686. Ladd, Mrs. Florence Barrett 

Pittsburg, Pa. 

64566. Lukens, Mrs. Mary Brandriff 

Brewster, N. Y. 

52561. McAllister, Mrs. Theodosia 

Jefferson Barracks, Mo. 

45719. Miesse, Miss Katherine 

5707 Kimbark Ave.^ Chicago, 111. 

75223. Moore, Mrs. Lillian Bayless 

209 Third Ave., Two Harbors, Minn. 

*37252. Seavey, Mrs. Amy Randall 

226 E. 52nd St., Portland, Ore 

*16657. Sturgeon, Mrs. Mabel 

5021 Pulaski Ave. Germantown, Pa. 

*36690. Silcott, Mrs. Blanch Williams 

Fort Sill, Okla. 

25720. VanSweringen, Mrs. Cora Miesse 

5707 Kimbark Ave., Chicago, 111. 

*29440. Watt, Mrs. Evelyn Bond 

167 Prospect Ave., Hackensack, N. J. 

*36689. ZurMuehlen, Mrs. Gertrude Williams 

Deer Lodge, Mont. 

74753. Woodworth, Mrs. Emily Newkirk, Okla. 



C. J. LOSI. PRINTIR